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Technical Data TD450003EN
Effective December 2015
Supersedes July 2015
PS-8-LP
POWERPATH NAC Power Supply
Description
The Wheelock POWERPATH (PS-8-LP) by Eaton is a supervised
remote power supply/battery charger in a low profile cabinet that is
used for supervision and expanded power driving capability of fire
alarm Notification Appliance Circuits (NAC). The PS-8-LP is filtered
and regulated and provides 8 amps of power distributed across 4
outputs.
The power supplies may be connected to any 12V or 24V (FWR
or DC) Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP) by using a NAC or a “Dry
Contact.” Primary applications include NAC expansion (supports ADA
requirements) and auxiliary power to support system accessories.
This unit provides filtered and regulated 24VDC, up to four (4) Class
“B”, two (2) Class “A”, or two (2) Class “B” and one (1) Class “A”
Notification Appliance Circuits. With the optional plug-in PS-EXP
module the unit supports (8) Class “B” or (4) Class “A” Notification
Appliance Circuits. Additionally, an auxiliary power output of 2.5
Amps (disconnected upon AC power loss or an alarm condition) or
up to 0.240 A of constant power on the PS-8-LP.
The Wheelock power supplies can accommodate 7 AH batteries
inside its lockable chassis. Using an external battery cabinet it can
charge up to 33 AH batteries (pending UL testing). Two FACP NAC
circuits or two “Dry” contact initiating circuits can be connected to
the inputs. These inputs can then be directed to control supervision
and power delivery to any combination of the four (4) outputs. Each
output is rated at 3.0 Amps (Class “B”) or (Class “A”) and can be
programmed to generate a steady or Code 3 temporal horn sound
and a strobe output under alarm condition. Total load for PS-8-LP
NAC circuits must not exceed the power supplies rated output.
The power supplies under non-alarm condition provide independent
supervision for Class “A” and Class “B” FACP NAC circuits. In
the event of circuit trouble, the FACP will be notified via the
POWERPATH steered input (IN1 or IN2). In addition there are two
sets of trouble reporting terminals, one used for AC power loss
reporting and the other for all troubles. The AC power loss reporting,
on the common trouble terminals and on IN1 or IN2, can be delayed
for either 30 seconds or 170 minutes. The AC power loss terminals
will always report the trouble within 1 second after loss of AC
power.
The PS-8-LP power supplies are UL listed under UL Standard 864,
9th Edition to be used with any 24 volt listed regulated notification
appliances. They include the capability to synchronize Wheelock
strobes and horns and to silence the horn signal when horn/strobes
are operating on two wires.
Technical Data TD450003EN
POWERPATH NAC Power Supply


Effective December 2015
Features
•
Power
•
Low Profile
•
Not battery dependent
•
Inputs
• 120VAC, 50/60Hz, 4.25 Amps and 5.32 Amps Operating Power
in Alarm
•
Automatic switch over to standby batteries when AC fails
•
Supports sealed lead acid or gel type batteries
•
•
2
•
240VAC, 60Hz, 3.22 Amps Operating Power in Alarm
•
Fused battery protection
•
24VDC Battery Backup Connection
•
Two (2), 12V or 24V NAC Initiating Circuits (8-33V at 5mA)
Thermal and short circuit protection with auto reset
•
•
FWR or DC
•
Supports 7AH batteries
•
Two (2) “Dry” Contact initiating Circuits
•
Accepts two (2) Class “A” or two (2) Class “B” circuit inputs
Compliance
• Approvals Include: UL Standard 864, UL 1481
•
Built in battery charger for sealed lead acid or gel type batteries
•
Compliant with NFPA 72
•
Factory Mutual (FM)
•
Outputs
• NAC outputs are 24VDC, 3.0 Amps each, power limited
•
8 Amps on PS-8 -LP total alarm current
•
Capable of four (4), Class “B” circuits
•
Capable of two (2) Class “A” circuits
•
Capable of one (1) Class “A” circuit and two (2) Class “B”
circuits
•
Capable of (8) Class “B” or four (4) Class “A” circuits with
optional PS-EXP module
•
Temporal (Code 3), constant voltage output, Wheelock Sync
output or True input to output follower mode
•
Built-in Wheelock synchronization mode that can be fed to any
or all of the output circuits
•
Input and output can be synchronized with “IN>OUT SYNC”
mode (DSM, 2nd POWERPATH or FACP with synchronization
protocol is required)
•
Audible silence capability
•
Filtered and electronically regulated output
•
2.5 Amp auxiliary power limited output with reset capability.
(Removed upon AC loss or alarm. Automatic reset 30 seconds
after AC power returns or the alarm condition is over) or 0.240
Amps PS-8-LP of auxiliary power limited output which remains
on during AC loss or an alarm condition when configured for 24
hour battery backup
•
Operating Modes (refer to Installation Manual):
•
Normal Mode: Provides constant 24 VDC output upon initiation
by a voltage to input IN1 or IN2 or by a contact opening on
DRY1 or DRY2. The unit returns to standby mode when the
input is deactivated.
•
Wheelock Sync Mode: Provides signals for synchronization of
patented Wheelock audible and strobe notification appliances.
Audibles can also be silenced in this mode while the strobes
continue to flash.
•
In>Out Sync Mode: Accepts a synchronization signal on the
input to provide a coded output or synchronized output. This
signal may come from a FACP, another POWERPATH or a
Wheelock DSM synchronization module. Caution: Do not use
strobes on coded output circuits.
•
True Input Follower Mode: Accepts a coded signal on the input
to provide a coded output with the same timing as the input.
The signal may come from a FACP, another POWERPATH or
other coded source. Caution: Do not use strobes on coded
output circuits.
•
Temporal Mode: Codes the output voltage in a code-3 temporal
pattern to drive audible appliances such as horns, bells or
chimes. Caution: Do not use strobes on coded output circuits.
Supervision
• Compatible with 12V or 24V (FWR or DC) FACP
•
Signaling appliance circuits are supervised and steered to either
IN1 or IN2
•
10K Ohm, 1 Watt (Wheelock Model #MPEOL) End of Line
Resistor (EOLR) for supervision of all outputs
•
37 distinguishable trouble diagnostics
•
AC loss trouble reported over a separate set of contacts (delay
of 1 second)
•
All troubles are reported over the common trouble contacts (AC
loss can have a delay of 30 seconds or 170 minutes)
•
Automatic switchover to standby battery when AC fails
•
Thermal and short circuit protection with auto reset
•
Input and output status LED indicators
•
AC fail supervision
•
Battery presence and low battery supervision
•
Ground Fault Detection, with diagnostics to indicate which
circuit fault is on
•
Latching LEDs for NAC trouble annunciation and Diagnostic
trouble LEDs (latching can be disabled)
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WARNING
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INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE USING, SPECIFYING OR APPLYING
THIS PRODUCT. VISIT WWW.COOPERNOTIFICATION.COM OR CONTACT
EATON FOR THE CURRENT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS. FAILURE TO
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COULD RESULT IN IMPROPER APPLICATION, INSTALLATION AND/OR
OPERATION OF THESE PRODUCTS IN AN EMERGENCY SITUATION, WHICH
COULD RESULT IN PROPERTY DAMAGE, AND SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH
TO YOU AND/OR OTHERS.
POWERPATH NAC Power Supply 
Technical Data TD450003EN

Effective December 2015

Table 1. Specification & Ordering Information
Model
PS-8-LP
PS-8E-LP
PS-8-B-LP
PS-8E-B-LP
PS-8-EXP-LP
PS-8E-EXP-LP
PS-EXP
Description
8 amp power supply, red enclosure, 120V
8 amp power supply, red enclosure, 220V
8 amp power supply, black enclosure, 120V
8 amp power supply, black enclosure, 240V
8 amp power supply with preinstalled expansion module, red enclosure, 120V
8 amp power supply with preinstalled expansion module, red enclosure, 240V
4 class B or 2 class A expansion module
Table 2. Specifications
Physical
Weight
Dimensions
Enclosure can house up to two 7 AH batteries
Input Circuit
Input voltage range
Input Current @ 12 VDC
Input Current @ 24 VDC
Output Circuit
Four (4) Class B or
Two (2) Class A or\
One (1) Class A and Two (2) Class “B” or
8 Class B or 4 Class A (optional PS-EXP module necessary)
Continuous duty up to 3 Amps per circuit, up to 4 Amps maximum per panel
Standby Current
Alarm Current
Primary PS-8-LP (120VAC models)
Primary PS-8-EXP-LP (240 VAC models)
Secondary Power Charging Capacity
Aux Output
CP Mode
MP Mode
PS-8-LP: 11.5lbs. (Ship) 9.4lbs (Unit); PS-EXP: 1lb. (Ship & Unit)
PS-8-LP: 17”H x 13”W x 3.5”D; PS-EXP: 4.3”H x 3.7”W x 1”D
8 to 33 VDC
0.005 amps
0.005 amps
24 VDC @ up to 3 amps per circuit
0.129 Amps
0.129 Amps
105 to 130 VAC 50/60 Hz @ 5.32 Amps
210 to 260 VAC 50/60 Hz @ 3.22 Amps
32 Amp hours @ 0.750 Amps per hour
PS-8-LP up to 250 mA
2.5A during non alarm
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Technical Data TD450003EN
POWERPATH NAC Power Supplies - PS-8-LP
Effective December 2015
Architects and Engineers Specifications
The power supply shall be Wheelock POWERPATH PS-8-LP, or
equivalent. The unit shall be stand alone power supply intended for
powering fire alarm notification appliances via its own Notification
Appliance Circuit(s) (NAC). The unit shall be UL 864 Listed for power
limited operation of outputs and comply with NFPA 70 (NEC), article
760.
The power supply shall support a full 8A of notification power even if
the battery is in a degraded mode and only AC power is connected.
The power supply shall be activated by a standard Notification
Appliance Circuit (NAC) from any Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP)
or a “Dry contact” opening. The units shall be 8 ampere, 24 VDC,
regulated and filtered, supervised remote power supply/charger. It
shall operate over the voltage range of 8 to 33 VDC or FWR. The
primary application of the unit shall be able to expand fire alarm
system capabilities for additional NAC circuits to support ADA
requirements and to provide auxiliary power to support system
accessories or functions. The power supply shall provide four Class
“B”, two Class “A”, or two Class “B” and one Class “A” NAC circuit(s).
Eight Class “B” or Four Class “A” circuits shall be available with an
optional PS-EXP module. The PS-8-LP unit shall supply up to 240 mA
of auxiliary power that is available during both non-alarm and alarm
or auxiliary power of not less than 2.5A at 24 VDC during non-alarm.
The power supply shall be capable of charging batteries of up to 33
ampere hours per NFPA 72 at maximum rate of 0.750 Amps per
hour.
Input activation options shall be from not less than two NAC circuits
or Dry Contact closures. These inputs shall have the capability of
being directed to any combination of the four NAC circuit outputs.
Each NAC circuit output shall be rated at 3 amperes for Class “B”
applications or 3 amperes each for Class “A”. The outputs shall be
programmable to generate a steady or Temporal (Code 3) output
and or a synchronized strobe or horn output. The power supply shall
provide independent loop supervision for either Class “A” or Class
“B” FACP NAC circuits and shall have the capability to “steer”
all alarm or trouble conditions to either incoming NAC circuit. The
units shall have common trouble terminals. The power supply shall
be powered from a 120 VAC source with a current consumption of
5.32 amperes max. The unit shall incorporate short circuit protection
with auto reset. The power supply shall incorporate a built in battery
charger for lead acid or gel type batteries with automatic switchover
to battery back up in the event of AC power failure. The charger shall
incorporate fused protection for the batteries and have the ability to
report low battery and/or no battery condition(s). Standby current for
battery back up shall be 0.129 Amps max. The power supply shall
have the ability to latch trouble LEDs so the circuit in trouble can be
identified. The cabinet dimensions shall be 17” H x 13” W x 3.5” D.
UL 864, UL 1481, FM
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Publication No. TD450003EN
December 2015
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